(名詞) 植物營養愛好者;植物營養主義人士 -- 根據微營養素 (micronutrients) 或植物營養素 (phytonutrients) 含量來選擇食物的人。
nutritarianism (名詞):植物營養主義。

Phytonutrients (植物營養素) 與引句中的 phytochemicals (植物化學物質) 同義。

Vegetarians are defined by what they shun — meat. Vegans, who reject all food from animals, take it even further. There are flexitarians, who eat a little bit of meat, and pescatarians, who skip meat but consume seafood. Raw foodists don't believe in cooking. And now come the nutritarians. Central to nutritarianism is the understanding that fruits and vegetables contain thousands of vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals — substances they believe are not found in any other food source.
—Douglas Brown, "Nutrition ambitions: "Nutritarian" diet is easy; just try to eat a rainbow," The Denver Post, June 7, 2010

Linda Sellers, a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator at St. Anthony's Hospital in St. Petersburg, says vegetarian or vegan (no animal products, including eggs and dairy) diets similar to Fuhrman's "are generally nutritional, and may provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases." That includes lowering blood pressure and reducing the risk of diabetes and cancer. (Fuhrman has coined the term "nutritarian," since his "life plan" does allow some animal products.) —Judy Stark, "'Eat to Live' author Joel Fuhrman speaking in Clearwater on Sunday," St. Petersburg Times, February 27, 2010